Regulation of Natstatcom
of the Kyrgyz Republic
No 27 of March 3, 2008
Population and Housing Census of 2009 in the Kyrgyz Republic
Instructions to Census Takers (Enumerators) for completing Census documents
1. The Population and Housing Census (hereafter Census) in the Kyrgyz Republic is to be taken in the period from March 24 to April 2, 2009. Census takers (enumerators) will start completing census documents on March 24, 2009 through interviewing people without requiring from them personal papers and continue during 10 days.
The census moment is 12 o'clock or midnight on the night of March 23 to March 24. The census forms are not to include both children born after the census moment and persons who died before this moment. In the housing enumeration all residential buildings are to be recorded whether people live there or not and also all non-residential buildings meant for dwelling where people live at the census moment.
The main accounting entities in the population and housing census are:
Person - a citizen of the Kyrgyz Republic, a foreign citizen, and a stateless citizen who are permanently residents or temporally present in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as a citizen of the Kyrgyz Republic temporally absent at the time of enumeration.
Household â a person or a group of people sharing the same housing unit and providing themselves with everything needed for life jointly keeping the house, i.e. fully or partially pooling their individual budgets for common expenditures. These persons may or may not be related to each other by blood or marriage.
Family â a union of people based on the marriage or kinship or in-law relationship who live together and share household activities and responsibilities.
Housing stock â a total of all living quarters irrespective of their ownership, including residential buildings, specials houses (hostels, special houses for lonely aged people, children's homes, boarding houses for disabled, hostels at schools and boarding-schools), flats, service accommodations and other premises in other structures suited for dwelling.
Housing unit - a separate and independent dwelling place (dwelling house, apartment or room) of a separate household, intended or not for dwelling, but used by the household at the census moment as usual place of dwelling.
Residential premises â an isolated, separate place of dwelling for one or more persons. The residential premises may be either a housing unit or a dwelling for collective residence.
- a flat (including a flat in a flat-type hostel);
- a detached one-family house (cottage, lodge or other one-flat building);
- a room in a hostel (not of flat-type);
- a ward, compartment, etc. (according to the records maintained in relevant institutions) in social institutions (infant houses, children's homes, boarding schools for orphans and children left without parental custody, boarding houses for the aged and disabled, hospitals, etc.) barracks, penal institutions or religious organizations.
- a room in a hotel for temporary stay.
2. In each dwelling, all persons permanently (usually) living in it, including those temporarily present and those temporarily absent at the census moment, are to be enumerated.
Permanent (usual) residents are persons spending most of their time in these residential or non-residential premises.
Foreign citizens permanently living in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic (i.e. citizens of other countries) and stateless persons are to be enumerated at their permanent (usual) places of residence in a general way.
Persons (irrespective of their citizenship) arriving in the Kyrgyz Republic for work (other than foreign citizens employed by representations of foreign states and international organizations), studies or other purposes for the period of 1 year and longer are to be enumerated as permanent residents of the Kyrgyz Republic at the place where they permanently live in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Temporary residents are persons whose permanent place of residence is outside the settlement they are found at the moment of enumeration in the case that their absence from their permanent place of residence did not exceed 1 year.
It should be taken into account that persons arriving in the Kyrgyz Republic for temporary or seasonal work and residing in the settlement longer than 1 year do not relate to temporary residents, and are to be enumerated as permanent residents.
Temporarily absent from their place of residence are citizens of Kyrgyzstan who at the moment of enumeration are outside the settlement where they permanently (usually) live:
- those citizens of Kyrgyzstan who left outside of the Kyrgyz Republic for temporary or seasonal work or for other purposes, in case their absence from the place of their permanent (usual) residence did not exceed 1 year;
- persons permanently living at this dwelling who left for business, work, studies or other purposes for the period of 1 year and longer outside the Kyrgyz Republic, but who intend to come back afterwards;
- persons imprisoned before trial, as well as those arrested subject to administrative procedure for the period of up to 15 days; even though their permanent place of residence is at the same settlement.
- persons imprisoned before trial with sentences in force, as well as persons serving their sentences at places of confinement. They are to be enumerated by the relevant authorities of the Ministry of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic;
- conscripts, special contingents and other persons, who are inmates of secret territories and classified installations with limited access based on the use of special pass-tickets. They are to be counted at the place of their location by relevant authorities (ministries and departments supervising those secret territories or installations).
- foreign citizens working in representations of international organizations;
- foreign citizens who arrived in the Kyrgyz Republic on delegations of foreign states or international organizations.
Answers to be entered in the census documents may be given by words, Arabic figures or by encircling relevant codes out of those proposed.
Form 1 "Enumeration form-List of residents", Form 2 "Enumeration form âPopulation", and Form 3 "Enumeration form âHousing stock" are to be completed in the Kyrgyz or Russian language.
Form 2 "Enumeration form âPopulation" is to contain data for only one respondent.
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Before proceeding to completing the forms the enumerator shall find out in each dwelling how many households live therein and record by name all persons subject to enumeration in this dwelling on Form 1 "Enumeration form â List of residents."
Entries in Form 1 "Enumeration form â List of residents" are to be made irrespective of the registration of domicile or its character (permanent or temporary) or the entitlement to living floor space in this or other dwelling (for instance, when a person is registered at one address, but actually lives at another, he/she is to be counted at the place of his/her actual residence).
Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents" is to be completed for all residential and non-residential premises in which people live. The list is to be made for:
- each house (if it consists of one flat), yurt, tent, cabin, farm, room in an institution, van, garage, etc., where people live;
- each country house where people live permanently;
- each room in a hostel (other than flat-type hostels, where the lists are to be made for each flat);
- ward, classroom, room, department, etc. in infant's houses, children's homes, boarding schools for orphans and children without parental custody, boarding houses for the aged and disabled, hospitals, hotels, and other similar institutions (in accordance with methods used in these institutions to keep records).
- if in the enumeration district there is any uncompleted or destroyed residential building where people may live but nobody lives at this date, the enumerator must complete the address and details section of Form 1 "Enumeration form â List of residents" for this residential building and encircle code 6 (uncompleted dwelling) or code 7 (destroyed dwelling) in question 1 (Classification by type) and also code 2 (not occupied) in question 7 (Occupancy) of Form 3 of Form 3 "Enumeration form â Housing stock." Answers to questions from 1 to 10 of Form 3 "Enumeration form â Housing stock" are to be completed after checking with authorities in local public administrations, local governments, house administrations, condominiums;
- if in the same land plot there is, apart from a detached house, another residential building like a temporary shed or a cookhouse, which building is permanently occupied by the other household (lodgers or relatives), the enumerator must complete Form 1"Enumeration form â List of residents" for this residential building and encircle code 8 (other dwelling) in question 1 (Classification by type), code 10 (other dwelling including temporary) in question 6 (Type of dwelling in residential building), and code 1 (permanently occupied for residence) in question 7 (Occupancy) of Form 3 "Enumeration form â Housing stock." Answers to questions from 2 to 5 and from 8 to 13 of Form 3 "Enumeration form â Housing stock" are to be completed based on data reported by respondents. The enumerator is to complete Form 2 "Enumeration form â Population" for all persons living in this residential building;
- if in the enumeration district there is a non-residential building used for habitation, the enumerator must complete Form 1 "Enumeration form â List of residents" for this building and encircle code 11 (other non-residential premises used for dwelling) in question 6 (Type of dwelling in residential building) and code 1 (permanently occupied for residence) in question 7 (Occupancy) of Form 3 "Enumeration form â Housing stock." Answers to questions from 2 to 5 and from 8 to 13 of Form 3 "Enumeration form â Housing stock" are not to be completed. The enumerator is to complete Form 2 "Enumeration form â Population" for all persons living in this non-residential building;
The enumerator is to label Forms 1 "Enumerator form - List of residents" using a single consecutive numbering within the enumeration district. The number of the List of residents for each dwelling is to be taken from Table 2 of the Enumerator's note-book.
Before starting visitation, the enumerator is to fill in special boxes (cells) of Form 1 "Enumerator form - List of residents" with the details (which are recorded on the front page of the Enumerator's notebook). He/she is to enter the identity code of the real estate unit and write down the address of this dwelling.
If the List is made in an institution, the name of the institution is to be indicated in its address part under the line "Institution", e.g.: Boarding school No 3, Children's home, Hotel, etc. Though if a person permanently lives in a room at such an institution (e.g. a doctor lives together with his wife and children in a room located in the building of a children's home), where he also works, the name of the institution is not to be recorded. The doctor's household in this case is to be recorded separately from the children who are permanent residents in the institution. He is to be separately enumerated on Form 1 and Form 3, and for his household members Forms 2 are to be made.
If the number of those living in a given dwelling exceeds 14 people, two or more Forms 1 "Enumerator form - List of residents" are to be made under the same No. In this case the letter "a" is to be put down on the first list and the letter "b" on the second one, etc. (for example, 15Ð°, 15b, and 15c). All lists must bear the address and details.
Before completing Form 1 "Enumerator form - List of residents" the enumerator is to find out:
- who of the permanent (usual) residents was absent at the time of census and what was the reason of absence.
After that the enumerator is to determine who is subject to enumeration in this dwelling as a permanent resident:
- those who arrived for work or studies for the period of one year and longer;
- those who have arrived at their permanent place of residence, but have not received a residence permit yet;
c) permanent residents, who left on business mission or for work, studies, family and other reasons for the other place inside the Kyrgyz Republic for the period not exceeding one year or outside the Kyrgyz Republic for one year and more, but who intend to come back later, are to be counted with the mark of temporary absence;
d) permanent residents inducted for reservist training (to be enumerated with the mark of temporary absence);
e) permanent residents imprisoned before trial, the sentence for whom has not come into force yet, as well as those arrested subject to administrative procedure (to be enumerated with the mark of temporary absence).
Then the enumerator is to find out how many households live in this dwelling.
If the dwelling is occupied by several households, first all members of one household are to be recorded and then all members of the other household, etc.
Within each household, at first one of the adult members of the household is to be listed and then all other household members. The following order of recording household members is to be observed at that:
- children (including unmarried adult children) are to be recorded after their parents;
- if several married couples live in one household, at first one married couple and their unmarried children are to be recorded and then the second married couple and their unmarried children, etc.;
- unrelated members of the household are to be recorded last.
As S.I. Ibraev declared to the enumerator, the flat was occupied by one household consisting of: Mr. Ibraev himself, his mother, wife, married son, unmarried daughter, daughter-in-law, granddaughter, divorced sister, and his granddaughter's nanny. S.I. Ibraev wished to be recorded first. In this case the order of the record of the household members must be as follows:
- second married couple and their child one of parents with unmarried child
- unrelated household members.
Mr. Ibraev is recorded first, then his wife, unmarried daughter, married son, son's wife (Ibraev's daughter-in-law), son's daughter (Ibraev's granddaughter), Ibraev's sister, and nanny
For all recorded in Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents":
in column 1 the serial number within the dwelling is to be entered;
in column 2 only for the first member of the household (accounting unit) the serial number of this household is to be entered;
in column 3 the family name, first name and patronymic of each person is to be recorded in full.
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Persons who are temporary residents in this dwelling are not to be included in the households (irrespective of the relation degree) and should be enumerated as separate households (e.g. the student son Tikhonov Alexander Anatolievich, who permanently lives at the place of his training, was at the census moment with his parents. In this case he is not to be included in the household and is to be counted as a separate household: in column 1 of the List of residents he is given number 7 and in column 2 â number 4).
For permanent residents who were present at home at the moment of census in columns from 4 to 9 dashes are to be filled in.
For persons temporarily absent from their permanent places of residence in column 4 of the List the address of their temporary place of residence is to be indicated, in column 5 â duration of absence: under one month - code 1, under one year - code 2, one year and longer - code 3, in column 6 â reason of absence: work - code 1; training - code 2; family circumstances - code 3; other - code 4.
For temporary residents, in column 7 the address of their permanent place of residence is to be indicated, in column 8 â duration of absence from their permanent place of residence: under one month - code 1, under one year -code 2, in column 9 â the reason of their presence in this settlement: work - code 1; training- code 2; family circumstances - code 3; other- code 4.
For persons who are temporary residents in this dwelling and have nobody at the place of their usual residence in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic to report information on them, the enumerator is to complete Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents", Form 2 "Enumeration form â Population", Form 3 "Enumeration form â Housing stock", and Form 5 "Notification." Also these persons are given Form 4 "Certificate of enumeration."
After that Form 5 and completed enumeration forms are to be forwarded to the territorial state statistics authorities at the place of permanent residence of those persons.
Form 2 "Enumeration form â Population" is to be made by the enumerator separately for each person recorded in Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents." If a household consists of one, two, three or more persons, the enumerator is to complete accordingly one, two, three or more Forms 2 "Enumeration form âPopulation".
For persons living in this dwelling temporarily, i.e. for whom columns 7, 8 and 9 in Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents" are filled in (in column 7 the address of permanent place of residence, in column 8 the duration of absence from it, and in column 9 the reason of presence at this settlement are recorded), and in question 3 of Form 2 "Enumeration form â Population" code 2 "temporary resident" is encircled, answers to questions 9 and 15 - 18 are not to be filled in.
Before completing Form 2 "Enumeration form â Population," the enumerator is to fill in the details in the left upper corner: the numbers of census division, instructor and enumeration districts, and the number of Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents." The number of the form in the right lower corner of the enumeration form is not to be filled in by the enumerator.
When completing Forms 2, the enumerator is to record the family name and initials of the person interviewed (e.g. Kenzhebaev B.M.) and the serial number of this person within the dwelling, which is specified in column 1, section 1, Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents" (i.e. persons are to be enumerated in the same order as they are recorded in Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents").
The enumerator is to encircle the code corresponding to one of the prompts proposed.
For the household member recorded first code 1 "person recorded No 1 (reference person)" is to be encircled; for all other household members â the code corresponding to one of the prompts proposed. For instance, if the person interviewed is the son (natural, adopted or stepson) of the reference person, code 3 is to be encircled, which corresponds to the prompt "daughter, son." If the person questioned has a different filiation to the reference member (other than those mentioned (e.g. nephew)), code 10 is to be encircled, which corresponds to the prompt "other relation degree."
If a household comprises one person, only code 1 "reference person" is to be encircled.
Persons living in a given household, but being not related to any household member either by blood or by law (e.g., nanny or servant living in the household and contributing to it) are to be marked with code 11 "non-relative".
For each household member (regardless of the age and marital status) living in the same household with both parents or one of them, the serial number of his (her) mother within the dwelling, i.e. the number indicated against her name in Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents" (column 1), is to be recorded in a special box. If there is no mother in the household, the number of father is to be entered. If there is neither mother nor father within the household, the box is not to be filled in.
For the population of collective households:
For the person recorded in Form 1 "Enumeration form - List of residents" under 1, code 1 is to be encircled, which corresponds to the prompt "reference person", for all other persons â "non-relative."
If among members of a collective household there are people related to each other (e.g. husband and wife in a boarding house for the aged and disabled or brother and sister in a children's home), then one of those people should be recorded No 1 in the dwelling and the other â No 2 with specification of how he/she is related to person No 1 in a usual way and all remaining persons are to be recorded after these two and marked under "non-relative."
For temporary residents in question 1 code 1 Â«reference personÂ» is to be encircled irrespective of their degree of relation to permanent residents in the dwelling.
If two or more related persons are temporary residents, they are considered a household consisting of two or more members. In this case for one of them code 1 Â«reference personÂ» is to be encircled and for the other the codes corresponding to their relation degree are to be marked.
Code 1 "temporarily absent" is to be encircled for persons for whom in section 1 "List of residents in the dwelling" the address of the temporary place of residence (column 4), duration of absence (column 5), and the reason of absence (column 6) are filled in.
Code 2 "temporarily resident" is to be encircled for persons, for whom in section 1 "List of residents in the dwelling" the address of their permanent place of residence (column 7), duration of absence (column 8), and the reason of their presence in this settlement (column 9) are filled in.
The answer about the day, month and year of birth is to be recorded in Arabic figures in special boxes (cells).
For instance, if the person questioned was born on September 5, 1976, the enumerator is to record "05", "09", "1976" respectively.
After the date of birth has been entered, the enumerator without any additional questions being asked is to determine with the help of the "Supporting table for determining the number of years by the known year of birth", attached as Annex 1, and record in a special box the number of complete years. For children under one year, "0" should be entered.
Subquestion 6.1. Mother tongue
In the answer about the mother tongue the language is to be recorded which the person questioned recognizes as his/her native.
If the person finds difficult to name his/her mother tongue, the language he/she can speak best of all or the language usually spoken in the household is to be recorded.
The mother tongue of children who can not speak yet and other young children is to be determined by their parents. If parents find difficult to determine the mother tongue of their child, the language usually spoken in the household is to be recorded. The mother tongue of deaf and dumb persons is considered the language in which they read and write or the language used by the members of their household or persons they mainly communicate to.
Subquestion 6.2. Other languages fluently spoken
The language is to be recorded in the answer, in which the person questioned can read, write and fluently speak.
For persons who can not speak fluently other languages, as well as for children who can not speak yet, "No" is to be filled in here.
In the answer to this question for persons born in Kyrgyzstan only the name of city or district where the person was born is to be recorded.
For persons born in the CIS [Commonwealth of Independent States] or non-CIS countries, the name of the country where they were born is to be recorded (e.g. Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Italy).
The enumerator is not to fill in the boxes intended for numerals after the name of the place of birth written in words.
For citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic, code 1 "Kyrgyz Republic" is to be encircled.
Citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic are persons possessing citizenship of the Kyrgyz Republic and those who acquired it in accordance with the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic and did not declare about their affiliation with the citizenship of any other state.
For foreign citizens in the line "other country" the name of the country where the person in question is a citizen (e.g., Ukraine, Russia, Italy, Spain, etc.) is to be recorded.
For persons with dual citizenship, the name of one country at the person's discretion is to be recorded.
Citizenship of children is to be recorded in accordance with the decision of their parents.
For persons without citizenship code 2 Â«statelessÂ» is to be encircled.
Code 1 "Yes" is to be encircled for permanent residents in this settlement.
If the answer is "No", the enumerator should go to the subquestions:
b) previous place of residence â the name of the city or district in the Kyrgyz Republic or the name of the country where the person interviewed used to live earlier is to be filled in. For instance, the city of Naryn, the city of Osh, the Sokoluksky district, Russia, Ukraine, etc.
Code 1 is to be encircled for persons who changed their permanent place of residence for economic reasons (work).
Code 2 â for social (i.e. for family) reasons.
Code 3 - for ecologic (climatic).reasons.
Code 4 â for other reasons.
To be filled in for persons aged 15 and over.
Code 1 "never married" is to be encircled for persons who have never been either in a registered or in an unregistered (common law) marriage.
Code 2 "registered marriage" is to be encircled for persons presently married, with their marriage being registered with the Civil Registry Office.
Code 3 "unregistered marriage" (common law marriage) is to be encircled for persons presently married without registration with the Civil Registry Office.
For those married (codes 2 or 3), the enumerator is to specify in a special box the number of spouse assigned him/her in column 1 of the List of residents (the same number is specified against the family name in the spouse's enumeration form).
Code 4 "widowed" is to be encircled for persons who were married earlier (whether their marriage registered or not), but whose marriage stopped because of the death of the spouse and who have not remarried.
Code 5 "divorced" is to be encircled for persons who were earlier in a registered marriage, but at the moment are unmarried with their divorce being registered with Civil Registry Office.
Code 6 "separated" is to be encircled for persons who were earlier in a registered marriage, but at the moment are unmarried and do not jointly keep the house, with their divorce not registered with the registry office, as well as for persons who were earlier in unregistered marriage, but at the moment do not jointly keep the house.
This question is not to be addressed to persons under 15 years of age. Only if a person questioned does insist on his/her marriage, the corresponding code should be marked.
Code 1 "bachelor" - to be encircled for persons who completed a programme of basic higher education (four years) in a certain area (advanced general-theoretical training and specialization).
Code 2 "specialist" â to be encircled for persons who completed a programme of full higher education in a certain line of profession.
Code 3 "master" - to be encircled for those who completed a programme of full higher education in a certain area with advanced general-theoretical training and specialization, including compulsory scientific research and the defense of master's thesis.
Code 4 "incomplete higher vocational (incomplete higher)" is to be encircled for persons who study now or studied earlier and completed half or more of the basic programme of higher vocational education.
Code 5 "secondary vocational (secondary specialized)" is to be marked for those who graduated from secondary specialized education establishments: technical school, training school (medical, musical, art, trade and culinary), college, etc. and received a diploma.
Code 6 "basic vocational (vocational-technical)" is to be encircled for persons who graduated from primary vocational education establishments, and received a certificate of secondary general education (graduates of vocational (technical) schools, etc.).
Code 7 "secondary general (complete)" is to be encircled for those who graduated from secondary general education schools (including those with in-depth study of some subjects), gymnasia, lyceums, etc., and received a certificate of secondary general education.
Code 8 "basic general (incomplete secondary)" and Code 9 "primary general (primary)" are to be filled in using the table given in Annex 2.
Code 10 "no primary general (primary) education" is to be encircled for persons never taught in the educational system, in which case the enumerator should inquire if the person can read and write.
If the enumerator finds difficult to determine the educational attainment, he/she should note on a clear part the name of the educational establishment the person in question graduated from or is (or was) enrolled, how many grades he/she completed and in which year.
To be filled in for persons aged 6 and over.
Code 1 "Postgraduate vocational (postgraduate study or doctorate)" - to be encircled for persons attending postgraduate or doctorate courses.
Code 2 "Higher vocational" - to be encircled for persons attending higher education establishments (institutes, universities, academies, etc.).
Code 3 "Secondary vocational" - to be encircled for persons attending technical schools, training schools (e.g., medical, pedagogical) colleges, etc.
Code 4 "Basic vocational" - to be encircled for persons attending vocational (technical) schools, vocational lyceums, etc.
Code 5 "General of all types" - to be encircled for persons attending primary, basic, secondary general schools (including those with in-depth study of selected subjects), lyceums, gymnasiums, etc.
Code 6 "Other school" - to be encircled for persons attending schools and courses not providing general education (retraining or professional improvement courses, preparatory courses at educational establishments), as well as courses providing vocational training (courses for bookkeepers, translators, secretaries, etc.).
For persons attending two educational establishments at the same time, the highest in status and type establishment is to be marked.
Code 7 "Do not study" - to be encircled for persons aged 6 and over not attending educational establishments.
This question is asked of parents having preschool children (who do not attend a general education school yet), in which case the code corresponding to one of prompts proposed is to be encircled:
Code 1 "Yes" - to be encircled for children attending infant schools (nurseries, preprimary schools, kindergartens) irrespective of their ownership.
If at the census moment a child does not temporarily attend infant school, e.g. because of illness, "Yes" is to be marked for him/her.
Code 2 "No" is to be encircled for children not attending any infant schools.
Before asking this question, the enumerator is to show to the person interviewed a card with all sources of livelihood listed. After the list has been studied, the person is to name one or several sources of livelihood out of those listed. Based on the answer the codes corresponding to one or several prompts proposed on the enumeration form are to be encircled.
Then the enumerator is to ask the question about the main source and the person interviewed is to specify the main source of livelihood out of all listed.
If the person questioned names several sources of livelihood, it should be cleared up, which of the sources named he/she considers the main one, and the code of this source is to be entered in a special box.
If the person questioned names only one source of livelihood, the code of this source is to be recorded in a special box as a main source.
Any of sources of livelihood listed in question 14 may be named as the main one, if:
- the income is constant;
- under all equal conditions, preference is to be given to the source with largest number of days worked.
Code 1 "income from employment" is to be encircled for persons who at the census moment:
- worked without payment in their family business or on their family farm;
- were temporarily absent from work for various reasons, but kept formal attachment to their work. The reasons include:
- illness or injury, care of sick persons;
- annual leave or weekend, compensatory leave or time-off, compensation of overtime or work on public holidays;
- statutory maternity and child-care leave;
- educational leave;
- unpaid or paid leave on the initiative of administration;
- rotational, seasonal or other specialized mode of operation;
- strike action;
- other reasons.
Besides, the category of persons with employment includes people engaged in spring, summer or autumn to perform seasonal work (e.g., in agriculture, water transport, fishery, etc.).
Students and pensioners having employment or gainful business are to be referred to those employed or self-employed on the same ground as other categories of persons.
The activity of persons engaged in non-reimbursable public or voluntary works is not to be marked as a source of livelihood.
Code 2 "scholarship" is to be encircled for students receiving scholarships paid by the government and those paid by enterprises, organizations, or employment services sending students for training.
Code 3 "pension" is to be encircled for persons receiving old age or retirement pensions, disability pensions, and survivor's pensions.
However the pension is to be marked for persons whom it is granted, but not for those who actually receive it.
Code 4 "benefit" is to be encircled for persons receiving:
General monthly low-income family/citizens benefit, which is assigned to:
- disabled persons.
Monthly social benefit assigned to:
- handicapped persons from birth;
- disabled, the aged, mother-heroines, children in the case of loss of breadwinner if these categories of citizens are not entitled to pension;
Besides, Code 4 "benefit" is to be marked for persons registered with the employment services as unemployed and who are recipients of unemployment benefits.
It should be noted that "benefit" is to be marked for persons whom it is granted, but not for those who actually receive it.
Code 5 "other government support" is to be encircled for inmates of infant's houses, children's homes, boarding schools, boarding houses for the aged and invalids, and similar persons supported by governmental and non-governmental organizations.
Code 6 "savings" is to be encircled for persons living on material and money resources saved.
Code 7 "property income" is to be encircled for persons gaining income in the form of interest on their money deposits, credits, loans, equities, shares, other securities or any other property or property rights, copyrights to intellectual property, and for persons gaining income in the form of rent for housing, storage and other space, cars, instruments of labour, and land.
Code 8 "dependent" is to be encircled for persons living at the expense of relatives or other people, as well as for persons receiving alimony.
Code 9 "other source" is to be encircled for persons having other sources of livelihood than those listed above. For example, income of clergymen, casual earnings, charity, humanitarian aid, support of religious organizations, etc.
The enumerator is to determine the main economic activity of the enterprise(organization) or its structural subdivision, but not the specific activity performed by the person questioned and record in the dedicated section a full name of the enterprise, institution, organization of the person's primary employment. For instance: not the LLC "Bereke", but the LLC cafe "Bereke", not the JSC "Yntymak", but JSC clothing manufactory "Yntymak", not OJSC "Ak-sut", but OJSC creamery "Ak-sut". In selected cases only the branch or the kind of production may be specified, e.g.: "glass manufacturing plant", "brick works" or "chemical factory". For persons working in workshops, ateliers, and service centres, a full name of a given enterprise should be recorded: "Sewing workshop", "Shoe-repair store."
Names of enterprises or institutions should not be recorded as abbreviations (e.g., it is impermissible to specify JPF instead of "Joint peasant farm"). Only well-known abbreviations can be admitted (e.g., Ð¢ÐÐ¦ (TPP), ÐÐÐÐ¡ (Civil Registry Office)).
For persons working at canteens, medical stations, barbershops, etc., located at enterprises or companies, the names of those canteens, medical stations or barbershops should be indicated, but not the name of an enterprise or company the workers of which they serve (e.g., "Canteen at the worsted cloth manufacture").
For persons engaged in own farming, "agriculture" is to be recorded with specification of a specific area (crop production, animal husbandry, etc.) or the kind of work done, etc.
Military servicemen and wage and salary workers of military units and institutions living outside closed territories are to provide answers in accordance with their authorities' instructions. If those military servicemen, wage or salary workers are not able to provide an answer for any reason (e.g., they failed to attend a briefing meeting), the response "institution" is to be recorded as their place of work.
For ministers of religion, as well as for other persons engaged in religious faith sphere, the name of their churching is to be specified (mosque, church, synagogue, etc.).
For persons having permanent employments and, at the same time, receiving a pension, benefit, scholarship or engaged in developing own subsidiary plot, the name of enterprise where they work and its activity type are to be recorded.
For persons having double (or more) employment, the employment which a person questioned regards as main is to be recorded.
If a person questioned temporarily performs work beyond his/her main occupation, the main occupation is to be recorded.
"General laborer or unskilled worker" is to be only recorded for persons engaged in various unskilled works (other than agricultural works), in other cases the character of work done should be cleared up and recorded, e.g., "loader."
"Agriculture" should be only recorded for persons without any definite specific duties who are engaged in various unskilled works at agricultural enterprises (farms). For persons with definite duties in agriculture these duties are to be recorded (e.g., "horse wrangler", "shepherd", "horse breeder", "cultivation of wheat, barley, beans, potatoes, sugar beet, cotton, etc.").
For self-employed persons, their occupation should be indicated (for instance, "photographer", "dentist", "composer", "lacemaker", "sewer", "market salesperson", "vendor", etc.).
For persons employed to provide services to private households, their positions should be recorded: "personal secretary", "cook", "nanny", "tutor", etc.
For members of a farming (peasant) enterprise, the name of occupation should be recorded according to the area of specialization of the enterprise, for instance, "stock-farmer", etc.
For unpaid workers in family business or unpaid workers in farming (peasant) holdings, the prevailing duties should be recorded. For example, if a family member is most of time engaged in discharge of goods, for him/her "loader" should be recorded; if he/she is constantly engaged in bread making, "panification" should be specified, etc.
For persons only engaged in developing own personal subsidiary plots (agricultural works or cattle management), "personal subsidiary plot" is to be indicated.
For military servicemen (other than army conscripts), wage and salary workers of military units and institutions living outside closed territories, whose positions cannot be assimilated to similar civil positions, "salary worker" is to be entered .
For persons having permanent occupation and at the same time receiving a pension, benefit, scholarship or engaged in developing own personal subsidiary plot, this occupation or functions are to be recorded.
For all persons having neither employment nor profitable business "No" is to be filled in.
The answer is to be filled in for all persons with question 15.1 completed and to be recorded in a dedicated section.
For those living and working in Kyrgyzstan, the name of the city or district is to be entered where the place of employment is located. For instance, if a person questioned lives in the village of Lebedinovka and works in the city of Bishkek, "city of Bishkek" should be specified.
For persons working in the territory of other countries, the name of this country is to be entered. For instance, if a person questioned lives in the city of Karasuu and works in the city of Tashkent, "Uzbekistan" is to be filled in for him/her.
The employment status must correspond to the economic activity and occupation specified in question 15.
Subquestion 16.1 "employee" is to be marked for persons working under a written labour contract or verbal agreement concluded with the administration of an enterprise, organization, institution of any ownership or with a private employer and receiving a guaranteed payment (in cash or in kind). Code 1 is to be encircled.
Subquestion 16.2 "self-employed" is to be marked for persons who work at their own working place or enterprise for making profit or family income, in cash or in kind. This group also covers unpaid family workers. Code 2 is to be encircled for these persons.
Code 1 "Yes" is to be encircled for persons actively looking for work or trying to organize own business.
Specific steps to seek work include: registration at public employment services, application to employers, checking at enterprises and organizations, placing or answering newspaper advertisements, seeking assistance of friends or relatives, arranging for own business.
If a person questioned answered "Yes" and Code 1 is encircled for him/her accordingly, he/she is to answer the following question: are you available for work in the nearest two weeks? If the answer is "Yes", the enumerator is to encircle Code 3 and go to question 18.
If a person questioned answered "No" and Code 2 is encircled for him/her accordingly, the enumerator is to encircle the code corresponding to one of reasons of not looking for a job out of codes 4 to 8:
Code 4 to be encircled for persons not seeking work because of its absence.
Code 5 to be encircled for persons not seeking work because of illness, disability or bad health status.
Code 6 to be encircled for persons not seeking work for family reasons (care for children or sick relatives, household work, housekeeping).
Code 7 to be encircled for persons not seeking work because they consider work not necessary for them for different reasons.
Code 8 to be encircled for persons not seeking work for reasons other than those listed above.
It should be noted that Code 1 "Yes" in question 17 may be encircled also for persons under 15 years of age if they are, for family or other reasons, forced to seek congenial employment.
The question is to be asked of women at the age of 15 years and over, both married and not married.
For persons under 15 years of age this question is usually not to be filled in. But if a woman interviewed gave birth to children, the answers to following questions should be recorded for her either.
The total number of children born is to be recorded (excluding still births), whether all of them are alive at present or not and whether they are members of the household or live separately.
In separate boxes the number of boys and girls is to be entered.
Adopted or patronized children, as well as husband's children of a former marriage are not to be included in the number of children born to a given woman.
If a woman did not give birth to any child, "Ð" is to be entered in items "Ð°", "b", and "c".
In separate boxes the number of boys and girls is to be entered.
In the reply to this question the number of children surviving at the census moment born to this woman is to be stated.
In separate boxes the number of boys and girls is to be entered.
If of the number of children born to the woman at the census moment no children survive, Â«ÐÂ» is entered in items "b" and "c".
In the reply to this question the number of children is to be stated, who at the census moment live separately from their mother, i.e. who are not members of the household (e.g., because of their leave for training or separating into an independent household, etc.).
In separate boxes the number of boys and girls is to be entered.
If all children ever born live together with their mother, in item "c" the numeral "0" is to be placed.
In Form 3 "Enumeration form - Housing stock" questions 1 to 5 are to be completed for each dwelling by the enumerator and then checked with authorities of local administrations, local governments, house administrations, and condominiums.
When completing Form 3 "Enumeration form - Housing stock" it should be taken in to account that:
- for persons living in boarding houses for the aged, disabled and disabled children, infant's and children's homes, boarding-schools for orphans and children without parental care, as well as for those in hospitals and maternity homes, etc., in question 6 Code 6 "room in boarding house for the aged and disabled, children's home, etc." is to be encircled; and for the inmates of barracks, prisons, monkeries, etc., in question 6 Code 7 "room in other institutions" should be encircled. In question 1 "Classification by type" for the dwelling, Code 3 "dwelling for inhabitants of (specialized) institutions" is to be encircled.
Other questions (2-5, 7-10) are not to be completed. If in question 1, Code 5 "hotel" is marked, then in question 6, Code 8 " room in hotel" should be encircled accordingly. Questions (2-5, 7-10) are not to be completed either.
For households renting (leasing) dwellings from individuals, all questions of Form 3 "Enumeration form -Housing stock" are to be completed.
For homeless or persons of no fixed abode, in Form 3 "Enumeration form -Housing stock" only codes 11 or 12 of question 6 are to be filled in.
Code 1 "detached house" is to be encircled when one household occupies the whole one-flat house (irrespective of ownership).
Code 2 "part of detached house" is to be encircled if in a one-flat house (irrespective of ownership) live two or more households even if the house is owned by one person.
Code 3 "separate flat" is to be encircled if the house comprises two or more flats and one household occupies a separate flat.
Code 4 "shared (communal) flat" is to be encircled if the house comprises two or more flats and if more than one households share the flat (even with a personal account for flat available). This code is to be also encircled for households living in barracks and corridor-type houses, which are not hostels.
If a household lives in a detached house or in a separate flat, but only occupies part of the floor space of the house or flat and gives the remaining part in rent, this household is to be considered to live in a detached house or separate flat.
If a household lives in a flat with two or more personal accounts opened, the code corresponding to "communal flat" is to be encircled. For households living in privatized rooms of communal flats, the code "communal flat" is to be encircled. The same code is to be used for households living in corridor-type houses, which are not hostels.
Code 5 "room or flat in hostel" is to be encircled for households living in hostels for workers, clerks, students, pupils (irrespective of the type of building: whether apartment, corridor, sector or hut type).
Code 6 "room in boarding house for the aged and invalids, children's home, etc." is to be encircled for people living in boarding houses (homes) for the aged, disabled and children-invalids, infant's and children's homes, boarding-schools for orphans and children without parental care.
Code 7 "room in other institutions" is to be encircled for those living in military barracks, prisons, monkeries, etc.
Code 8 "room in hotel" is to be encircled for those living in hotels.
Code 9 "country house" is to be encircled for households permanently living in country houses located on garden plots.
Code 10 "other dwelling (including temporary)" is to be encircled for households living in yurts, tents, vans, etc.
Code 11 "other non-residential premises used for dwelling" is to be encircled for households living in non-residential premises (garages, kiosks, rooms in institutions, stock buildings (farms), etc.).
Code 12 "lack of dwelling" is to be encircled for persons having no dwelling.
Code 1 is to be encircled if the dwelling at the census moment is occupied for permanent habitation.
Code 2 is to be encircled, if the dwelling at the census moment is not occupied for permanent habitation, i.e. is vacant.
Code 1 "electricity" is to be encircled if there is electric wiring.
Code 2 "floor electric cooker" is to be encircled if there is a floor electric cooker available. A house with a detached kitchen (a special capital building intended for cooking), in which a floor electric cooker is installed is also considered equipped with a floor electric cooker.
Code 3 "floor gas cooker" is to be encircled if there is a floor gas cooker available.
If a household has a combined (gas and electric) cooker, the type of cooker more often used is to be encircled.
Code 4 "piped (natural) gas)" is to be encircled if there is a floor gas cooker, which is connected with the gas line.
Code 5 "bottled condensed gas" is to be encircled if there is a floor gas cooker, which is connected to the gas bottle.
Code 6 "central heating from TPP" is to be encircled if there is heating from TPP.
Code 7 "heating from boiler house" is to be encircled if there is heating supply from block heating station, district boiler house or house boiler room.
Code 8 "heating from individual boiler" is to be encircled if there are local small installations, heaters or electric, gas, coal-fired, and oil-fired boilers, as well as other modern heating units.
Code 9 "stove heating" is to be encircled if the source of heating is a stove or several stoves.
Code 10 "other heating" is to be encircled if the source of heating is water from thermal springs, helium radiators, etc.
Code 11"bath or shower" is to be encircled if a bath or shower is installed in a separate bathroom or in another specially adapted room, irrespective of the way of hot water supply.
A dwelling in which a bath (shower) is installed, but there is no sewerage available is not to be considered equipped with a bath or a shower.
Code 12 "piped water inside building" is to be encircled if there is a supply net within the house, to which water is supplied centrally from a water pipe or artesian well the year round.
A house with a detached kitchen is also considered equipped with water supply if a water tap connected to the water supply net is installed in the kitchen.
Code 13 "piped water outside building" is to be encircled if there is a hydrant (a water pump) in the yard, but there is no water supply to the house centrally from a water pipe or artesian well the year round.
Code 14 "central sewerage" is to be encircled if inside the house there is a sewerage installation for utility and black waters discharge to the street sewerage net or drain wells. A dwelling is not considered equipped with sewerage if it lacks piped water.
Code 15 "flush toilet" is to be encircled if there is a flush toilet inside the house. A dwelling is not considered equipped with a flush toilet if there is no sewerage, i.e. centralized pipe-line and piped water inside.
Code 16 "central hot water supply" is to be encircled if there is a special central hot water supply intended for daily living needs.
Code 17 "hot water supply from individual boiler" is to be encircled if there is a special water pipe supplying water from gas or wood water heaters, flat hot-water heaters, including heating boilers of low capacity for daily living needs .
Code 18 "telephone" is to be encircled if a telephone set connected to the central exchange is installed for personal or general use, as well as in a separate or shared (communal) flat with a parallel telephone set or radio telephone available. Note: cellular phones are not to be counted.
Code 19 "television" is to be encircled if there is a TV-set inside a detached house, separate or shared (communal) flat.
Code 20 "Internet" is to be encircled if a detached house, separate or shared (communal) flat is connected to Internet.
Code 21 "lack of all listed amenities" is to be encircled if there is none of the above-mentioned amenities in the dwelling.
To answer this question the enumerator is to record in special boxes the size of useful and living floor space occupied by the household, including that used for other purposes, in square metres (in integer numbers without decimal digits).
In rounding a fractional floor space to the nearest integer the following rules are to be observed: if after the decimal sign follow five or more tenths, then one is to be added to the integer part; if less than five tenths, then the fractional part is to be discarded (e.g., numbers 23.50 and 23.51 are to be rounded to 24, but 23.49 to 23).
Useful floor space is to be recorded in integer numbers of square meters for each detached house, separate or shared (communal) flat or a room or flat in a hostel. It is determined as the sum of floor spaces of all habitable rooms (including spaces of attics, verandahs, terraces, which are heated and appropriate for habitation the year round) and back rooms (kitchens, halls, anterooms, indoor corridors, bath (shower) rooms, toilets, pantries or built-in closets).
It should be noted that detached bath houses, summer kitchens, sheds, pantries, and cellars are not to be included in the useful floor space of a detached house.
Useful floor space accounted for residents in hostels is measured as the sum of living space occupied by a household and its share in the back rooms space of the hostel.
The share of the back rooms space in a hostel per one person is calculated by dividing the whole space of backrooms of the hostel by the number of beds. E.g., the floor space of backrooms in a hostel is 500 sq. m. and the number of beds is 100. In this case, the share of the backroom space per one person is 5 sq. m.
Useful floor space (m2) does not include:
- attached and unheated spaces (terraces, verandahs, balconies, loggias, attics, mezzanines);
- detached summer kitchens, bathhouses, sheds, pavilions, etc.
Living floor space is to be recorded in integer numbers of square meters and should include the space of all habitable rooms occupied by a household excluding the space of built-in closets. Living floor space does not include the spaces of: kitchens, lobbies, corridors, bath and shower rooms, pantries, balconies, loggias, and other back rooms.
If a household gives part of the space occupied in rent, the total space, both useful and living, including that rented, is to be recorded.
If a household rents a houseroom, also the floor space actually occupied, including both useful and living, is to be recorded.
"including floor space used for other purposes": the floor space is to be included, which is used for stores, cafes, barbershops, car repair shops, etc.
It should be noted that the habitable room is considered a room intended for residence: part of a flat (hostel) separated from other rooms by partitions.
Attics, mezzanines, heated terraces and verandahs equipped for permanent habitation the year round are to be included in the number of habitable rooms.
The number of habitable rooms excludes: kitchens, halls, corridors, bath (or shower) rooms, pantries, balconies, loggias, and other subsidiary rooms.
Questions 11-13 are to be completed for households permanently living in a dwelling.
One or more households may live in a dwelling. If more than four households are residents in a dwelling, the enumerator is to complete two or more Forms 3 "Enumeration form - Housing stock".
Before completing questions 11 - 13, the serial number under which the household is specified in column 1 of section 1 of Form 1 "List of residents in the dwelling" is to be entered in a special box of the line "No of the household within the dwelling".
The code corresponding to one of the answers proposed is to be encircled.
Code 1 "private ownership of the household" is to be encircled if the household has the ownership right to the dwelling it lives in (privatized, built or bought out flats and houses, flats in housing cooperatives with fully paid equity contribution, flats in cooperatives of individual investors, flats and houses acquired on other terms).
Code 2 "state-owned property" is to be encircled if the household lives in a dwelling which is owned by the Kyrgyz Republic or is under economic control or operational administration of government enterprises or institutions.
Code 3 "municipal property" is to be encircled if the household lives in a dwelling related to municipal (communal) property (owned by local government) or is under economic control or operational administration of a municipal undertaking or institution.
Code 4 "rented from individuals" is to be encircled when the household rents a dwelling from persons living in detached houses, flats or rooms.
Code 5 "other ownership" is to be encircled if households live in dwellings owned by legal entities (organized as private owners), built or bought at their expense, including at the expense of housing cooperatives with incompletely paid equity contribution.
The enumerator is to enter in special boxes integer numbers (without decimal digits) of sq. meters of useful and living floor space occupied by the household.
The enumerator is to enter in special boxes numerals (e.g. 1, 2, 3, etc.) equal to the number of habitable rooms occupied by the household.
If the household occupies not the whole room, but only part of it, code 99 "part of room" is to be encircled.
If the household occupies two or more rooms, but gives part of those in rent, the total number of habitable rooms (including those given in rent) is to be recorded.
If the household rents a dwelling, also the number of actually occupied rooms or part of room (code 99) is to be recorded for it.
Supporting table for determining the number of years by the known year of birth
[Annex 1 omitted]
Table for determining the educational attainment of persons without the secondary (senior) general education on the basis of the number of grades completed [or what grade does he/she attends now]
Educational attaitment corresponding to the Basic General (incomplete secondary) Code 8
- Completed 7 grades in 1961 or before
- Completed 8 grades in 1989 or before
- Completed 9 grades
- Completed 10 grades of an eleven-year or twelve-year secondary school
- Completed 11 grades of a twelve-year secondary school
- Attends the 10th-11th (12th) grade
- Dropped out of the 8th grade in the 1961/62 academic year or before
- Dropped out of the 9th grade in the 1988/89 academic year or before
- Dropped out of the 10th-11th (12th) grade
- Completed 3 grades of a three-year primary general education school in 1972 or later
- Completed 4-6 grades
- Completed 7 grades in 1962 or later
- Attends the 5th - 9th grades
- Dropped out of the 4th grade in the 1972/73 â 1989/89 academic years
- Dropped out of the 5th -7th grades
- Dropped out of the 8th grade in the 1962/63 academic year or later
- Dropped out of the 9th grade in1989/90 academic year or later
Procedure of enumerating persons in dwelling
[Annex 3 omitted]
Procedure of enumerating persons at social and medical service institutions, hotels, and religious organizations
[Annex 4 omitted]